Wildflower Bread Co. To Move Into Park West

This will be the 17th location for the award-winning bread company.
Wildflower Bread Co. To Move Into Park West
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Wildflower Bread Company, owned by Louis Basile, is getting ready to join the Park West community at 9744 W Northern Avenue for their 17th location. 

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The restaurant, which has been around for over 20 years, believes that success comes down to three things — “outstanding food, great service and clean restaurants,” according to their website.

It further states that the overall atmosphere in every Wildflower location is “warm, comfortable, fresh and contemporary,” with the building of each location acting as a reflection of the neighborhood it’s moving into. 

Their purpose is to “change lives, create traditions, build community and feed the soul with passion. Every time, every day.”

The extensive menu covers everything from breakfast through dinner while also offering a rotating seasonal menu and a section for the “Wildflower Kids.” 

The fast-casual restaurant has guests ordering at the counter, grabbing their drinks to head to their table, and sitting back from there as the restaurant staff takes care of the rest. They always put the customer’s needs first and strive to create an outstanding experience for every customer, every time.

As of now, no official opening date has been set, but it’s slated to open by the end of 2021. What Now Phoenix reached out to Basile on Tuesday for more information, but he was unavailable by phone. The website for Park West still has it listed as “coming soon.”

Andrew Stillman

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